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  • v. Present participle of inverse.


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  • For Niger, faced with the knowledge that its rate of economic growth cannot keep pace with its rate of population growth, in February adopted a controversial strategy aimed at inversing its demographic growth curve, the highest in the world at 3.3 percent.

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  • I think that legitimate pie-throwing must both be directed at powerful public figures, and be about inversing oppressive power relationships.

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  • So it becomes critical to always be aware that inversing coordinates results in

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  • "We have been inversing for some time to enable Neil's role to become more strategic and twelve new appointments in the UK, Europe and Hong Kong are a clear demonstration of this," said Gem MD Chris Peacock.

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  • Many "Lost" junkies seem to subscribe to this theory, that the nuke was a game changer, inversing the show's universe and not "the incident" that already happened in 1977.

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  • And even if contribution could be measured more accurately, then you'd still get situations where the highest contributor rolled low and the lowest contributor rolled high, inversing the rewards for contribution situation.

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  • The researchers Annabelle Boutet and Jocelyne Trémembert stress that in order to understand the profiles of non-users, we have to start off with inversing the well-known statistics: 7\% of those between 12 and 17, 91\% of those above 70, and 4 out of those who didn't finish high school … don't use the internet.

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